Cairo Genizah Collection (University of Pennsylvania. Center for Advanced Judaic Studies. Library). Manuscript. Halper 330.
Catchword at end of verso. In the poetic section, each verse starts a new line. Verse endings denoted by a sof pasuḳ.; Halper: the orthography is sometimes vulgar. Thus מא תקר בהי עיני (verso l. 1).; The folio opens with seven verses in wafir meter rhymed -אל (i.e., َال-). The next paragraph is in prose, from the words of the raṿi (narrator), as stated in the heading קאל אלראוי. The hero's name seems to be ʻAntar (no doubt after the name of the famous poet of the pre-Muhammedan era).; Halper: Seems to be part of a transcription, in Hebrew characters, of an Arabic book modelled after the Maḳamat of al-Ḥariri.; Arabic. Hebrew
Cairo Genizah Collection (University of Pennsylvania. Center for Advanced Judaic Studies. Library).